Example 1-8

A wakka go na Galileakondre, ma a no go na Nazareth.
A
3sg.sbj
waka
travel
go
go
na
loc
Galileakondre,
Galilee.country
ma
but
a
3sg.sbj
no
neg
go
go
na
loc
Nazareth.
Nazareth
He travelled to Galilee, but he did not go to Nazareth.

Comment:
Ad Feature 59 "Alignment of case marking of pronouns": The 3SG intransitive subject (S) is a (cf. Example 141). Ad Features 4 "Order of adposition and noun phrase", 80 "Going to named places" and 84 "'Come' and 'go' serial verb": In the first clause, 'motion-to' is expressed by a serial verb construction: wakka 'travel (around)' expresses motion only (cf. Example 13), go 'go' specifies the direction 'to'. The general preposition na does not add to the semantics. In the second clause, go expresses motion and direction.
Type:
written
Source:
Schumann 1781: 45